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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rlongnt, Mar 24, 2020.
He needs to do this to H&H!!
Send more business to the good gun shops!!
well, since guns aren't an essential business, i'm guessing the sheriff is willing to give up his.
More than alike...the resemblance is uncanny in that photo.
Mayor announced they will shut water and power off to anyone that is disobeying the order.
Yeah, cause that fruitcake is the sole arbiter of what Constitutional Rights are valid for kommiefornians. And, which aren't. /sarc
Stop monkeying around with the Constitution! What is it about "Shall not be infringed..." those dweebs can't grasp?
The article I read this morning (LA Times I think), said he reversed his decision after the County Attorney said his reasons were a stretch at best, and they would lose a fortune in lawsuits as he was overstepping his bounds. PA Governor reversed his decision after the State Supreme Court recommended he do so before a lawsuit reached them.
ETA, the Sheriff said it was over concerns of first time buyers who didn't know safety and CA's complicated laws.
New Jersey has shut down gun stores and released non violent offenders.
LA County Sheriff’s Effort to Close Gun Stores Gets Shut Down
AWR HAWKINS 25 Mar 2020
The sheriff attempted to justify the store closures by intimating that all the first-time gun buyers emerging amid the coronavirus crisis create a perilous situation: “I’m a supporter of the 2nd amendment, I’m a gun owner myself, but now you have the mixture of people that are not formerly gun owners and you have a lot more people at home and anytime you introduce a firearm in a home, from what I understand from CDC studies, it increases fourfold the chance that someone is gonna get shot.”
ONE MORE TIME!
California: Los Angeles Sheriff Reverses Course Again and Orders Gun Stores to Close to the Public!
THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2020
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva took to twitter to announce he is once again ordering the closure of guns stores to almost all retail traffic. This comes after the closure was announced, then lifted, but is now back in place. The Sheriff issued the below statement, placing extreme limitations on firearm stores and how they can conduct business.